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1,705 Possible Causes for Jaw Dystonia, Pleural Effusion on Chest X-Ray, Pleurisy

  • Meigs Syndrome

    […] or jaw dystonia (Oromandibular).[] Her post-operative recovery was uneventful with complete resolution of her symptoms as well as her pleural effusion on chest X-ray.[] These investigators pointed out that "the importance of such lesions in medical and surgical problems seems very great, for unexplained pleurisy with effusion and unexplained[]

  • Pleural Effusion

    Compared with chest X-rays, CT scans make more detailed information of pleural effusions and other abnormalities of the lungs.[] pleurisy, which has no fluid accumulation.[] […] on chest X ray en " Effusions of fancy by a very young girl in a style entirely new. " hr Bio vam je dobar prijatelj?[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Pleurisy

    Risk of residual pleural effusion on chest X-ray was reduced by 45% at eight weeks (RR 0.54, 95% CI 0.37 to 0.78; 237 participants, 2 trials, low certainty evidence), and[] Pleurisy is a result of any disease process involving the pleura and giving rise to pleuritic pain or pleural friction.[] Time to resolution of pleural effusion on chest Xray Table 7.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Pulmonary Embolism

    He still experienced pleural effusion and had symptoms of cough and shortness of breath. Chest X-ray demonstrated bilateral pleural effusion.[] It can mimic pneumonia, congestive heart failure, and a viral illness known as pleurisy.[] The pain may become worse when you breathe deeply (pleurisy), cough, eat, bend or stoop. The pain will get worse with exertion but won't go away when you rest. Cough.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Pneumococcal Pneumonia

    According to the World Health Organization, pneumonia should be diagnosed by the identification of alveolar consolidation or pleural effusion on the chest X-ray. 2 Symptoms[] Pneumococcal Pneumonia – “the classical symptoms” – sudden chill, fever, cough, and pleuritic pain. Sputum is red or brown “rusty color”. c.[] Pleural effusion may contribute to chest pain and make breathing difficult. Chest x-rays are taken to look for signs of pneumonia.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Pulmonary Infarction

    […] film common o Normal chest x-ray has a negative predictive value of only 74% o Plate-like (subsegmental, discoid) atelectasis o Lobar consolidation in lower lung zones and[] . - Overlying pleura shows patches of fibrinous pleurisy due to irritation. - With time the center of the infarct becomes brown and eventually pale as the hemorrhage breaks[] These symptoms may include: hemoptysis (coughing or spitting up of blood) severe dyspnea (shortness of breath) fever chest pain (most typically, a pleurisy-like pain (chest[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Viral Pleurisy

    Chest ultrasound has replaced the lateral decubitus x-ray in the evaluation of suspected pleural effusions and as a guide to thoracentesis.[] Is Viral Pleurisy Contagious No. Viral pleurisy is not contagious.[] The sometimes-associated pleural accumulation of fluid ( pleural effusion ) can be seen by imaging studies ( chest X-ray, ultrasound, or CT).[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Acute Pancreatitis

    Ileus, loss of psoas shadow, sentinel loop, pancreatic calcification, and calcified gallstones Chest X-ray Pleural effusions (usually on left) and pulmonary infiltrates Chest[] pain is a dominant symptom Hepatitis Malaise, ALT 1000 Inferior wall MI Mid-epigastric pain, SOB, abnormal ECG; MI should be in the differential diagnosis in all patients[] Differential diagnosis[edit] The differential diagnosis includes:[12] Perforated peptic ulcer Biliary colic Acute cholecystitis Pneumonia Pleuritic pain Myocardial infarction[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Benign Fibrous Mesothelioma of the Pleura

    […] on chest X-ray could be revealed.[] Episodes of pleurisy may occur repeatedly, sometimes months or years apart. Pleurisy usually resolves but may leave behind diffuse pleural thickening.[] Asbestos Pleurisy Benign asbestos pleurisy is not a mesothelioma, but can be mistaken for one because it also affects people with a history of exposure to asbestos.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia
  • Bronchogenic Carcinoma

    Chest X-ray lateral view showed a soft tissue swelling arising from the sternum.[] In other instances, symptoms such as pleuritic pain, Pancoast syndrome, or superior vena cava syndrome develop when there is extensive tumour burden within the thorax.[] Diagnosis Testing After physical examination and CBC, chest x-ray is often the first test performed.[]

    Missing: Jaw Dystonia

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